Lavender Zen

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Green Tea
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “For some reason, my husband said that this smells like funnel cake when it's brewed. I guess it smells good for a dessert tea. It tastes just like you would expect it to. The green tea is very...” Read full tasting note
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    DMTea 318 tasting notes
  • “Once I figured out how to steep this one correctly it was great. The first few times I brewed it the water was too hot and the scalded leaves tasted like tingles gum - ya, the one that you are sure...” Read full tasting note
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    bonnievantastic 12 tasting notes
  • “Love Lavender Zen when I am want to curl up with a good book and a blankie. Probably one of the best plain lavender teas out there. If you love lavender try this tea ” Read full tasting note
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    evilandie 20 tasting notes
  • “The first time I drank this tea, I oversteeped it and found the lavender taste to be really overwhelming, to the point where it wasn't nice (though I generally like lavender). So this time around,...” Read full tasting note
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    Eisenherz 169 tasting notes

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A serene green

Aromatherapy promises that the scent of lavender will evaporate stress and anxiety. Cure headaches. Improve mental activity. Induce sleep. All of which are good reasons to try this fabulous Tibetan green tea with its soothing essence of wild lavender. Close your eyes and imagine a field of purple flowers waving in the wind. It’s the ultimate in relaxation.

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For some reason, my husband said that this smells like funnel cake when it’s brewed. I guess it smells good for a dessert tea.

It tastes just like you would expect it to. The green tea is very mellow, and the lavender is pretty noticeable too. My husband thinks it’s rather “creamy.” I’m not a big fan of lavender, but this tea is still pretty enjoyable. Overall it is a light tea, not heavy on any strong flavors.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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Once I figured out how to steep this one correctly it was great. The first few times I brewed it the water was too hot and the scalded leaves tasted like tingles gum – ya, the one that you are sure is made of soap. Anyway, banish your judgement of my ignorance because this is a beautiful tea. Very delicate and sophisticated, one of the few florals that is not over-powering. I really love steeping some lemon peel with this tea or squeezing some into the liquor.

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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20 tasting notes

Love Lavender Zen when I am want to curl up with a good book and a blankie. Probably one of the best plain lavender teas out there. If you love lavender try this tea

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The first time I drank this tea, I oversteeped it and found the lavender taste to be really overwhelming, to the point where it wasn’t nice (though I generally like lavender). So this time around, I steeped it just the right amount of time (thank you, Breville!), and the result is a lot more satisfying. Actually, there’s two distinct movements to drinking that tea for me: first, when I take a sip, the blend of lavender and green tea is mellow, smoothing, definitely well harmonized – a true pleasure that tastes really different from the more standard teas. Then, the aftertaste comes, in which the lavender taste isn’t delicate anymore, but just all over the place, and leaves this not-too-pleasant taste in my throat. The upside is that facing this not-too-pleasant taste, I quickly reach for my cup to take another sip and enjoy the awesome taste I get at the start.

So all in all, it’s really hard to give a rating to the tea. I’d give 94 for the first taste, and 35 for the aftertaste. I guess I’ll go with something in between (closer to the 90s than 30s though because really, it does taste really good as you take a sip).

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I am sad this tea will no longer be available. It’s one my favourites and when I found out it was going to be discontinued, I stocked up! I love the mix of lavender and green tea. As a previous poster stated, once I found the correct steeping and boiling point, I enjoyed this tea so much more. I love it right before bed with a touch of honey. A perfect way to end a stressful day and send me off into a great sleep.

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